Location technology specialist, TomTom (TOM2), announced an agreement with ChargeHub, a leading aggregator and digital platform for public electrical vehicle charging stations (EVS). ChargeHub will provide TomTom with access to one of the largest databases of public charging stations in North America, bringing the total global number of charging stations integrated
with TomTom’s maps to more than 300,000*.
“By integrating ChargeHub’s EVS data into our maps and EV Service, TomTom helps drivers to quickly and easily search and navigate to charging stations, saving time and reducing range anxiety. It’s a great example of how we’re removing barriers to widespread adoption of electric vehicles as we push towards our vision of a world free of emissions”
said Antoine Saucier, Managing Director, TomTom Automotive.
“By working with TomTom, we are ensuring that the most complete and accurate information relating to charging becomes more widely available. We believe that this will bring more visibility to the EV infrastructure and help accelerate the transition to electric mobility”
said Simon Ouellette, Co-Founder and President of ChargeHub.
TomTom’s maps and EV Service include global coverage and provide real-time availability information to reassure drivers during their search for charging stations. This product is available to TomTom’s Automotive and Enterprise customers in a variety of delivery formats.
*300,000 charging stations at 100,000 POIs (Points of Interest)
Source and photo credit: TomTom